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From left, Salisbury Central School students Angelica Rebeca Barrutia, Jackson Magyar, and Kellan Lockton decorated Ukrainian eggs at the Kent School during this year’s Fourth Grade Arts Day on March 8. Photo by Riley Klein

Students back in action at Arts Day

KENT — Fourth graders from across Region One gathered at Kent School on March 8 for the 27th annual Fourth Grade Arts Day. The yearly event featured 10 creative workshops and three performances from area artists and entertainers.

Photo by Riley Klein


South Kent junior Jacob Hogarth scored nine points against New Hampton in the NEPSAC Class AAA semifinals on Mar. 4. The Cardinals won the tournament the next day with a 74-55 victory over the Brewster Academy Bobcats.

Chocolate lovers rejoiced as the Chocolate Fest returned to Kent Center School on Wednesday, Feb. 8. Photo by Lans Christensen

Chocolate Fest makes return to KCS

KENT — After a two year absence, the annual Chocolate Fest returned to Kent Center School on Wednesday, Feb 8. It was the 26th year of the event.

A steady crowd  was provided a variety of sweet treats for all.

Kent News Inc. announced the start of fundraising efforts  to  bring the Good Times Dispatch back to Kent. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

Group ready to revive weekly newspaper

KENT — The revival of the Good Times Dispatch weekly newspaper is in the works.

On Saturday, Feb. 11 Kent News Inc. announced it has received nonprofit status and will begin fundraising efforts in earnest.

Housatonic defender Colin Goguen reeled in the puck while wearing Marcus Rogers’ #20 jersey. The jersey number was retired by the Housatonic co-op hockey team after its final appearance on the ice on Saturday, Feb. 4. Photo by Riley Klein

Housatonic co-op hockey team honors Marcus Rogers

KENT — A somber tribute was held for Marcus Rogers before the start of Housatonic co-op hockey’s first game since the player’s tragic death.

Alex Echevarria, a kennel behaviorist at the Little Guild of West Cornwall, introduced dogs from the shelter at Kent Memorial Library on Saturday, Jan. 21. Photo by Lans Christensen

Dogs charm children at Kent library

KENT — On Saturday, Jan. 21, the Kent Memorial Library hosted The Little Guild of West Cornwall and The Dodo, a digital media site for animal lovers.  The program intended to put people in touch with the positive rewards of animal rescue and adoption. A large and appreciative crowd of animal lovers with their kids attended.


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